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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

National Indoor Tennis Champion Shows a Return to Form on Outdoor Courts at the Nassau Country Clu HURRAY PLAYS TOO FAST FOR MATHEY rnllforiiian's Brilliant RmIIIps Kiiable Him to Win Naa miu Singles. PELL LOSES SEMI-FINAL TiMN Cow,, h. T., July 4. Robert pudl'v Murray, the Palo Alto star, cap tured the Nassau Country Club Invita tion flrgles o" the club turf courts) here to-day by defeating Dcun Mathey, for mer Princeton player, In the final round i. .iriht sets, at t 2. 7 6. tO 8. j order to gain the privilege, of being tauten by the speedy Callfornian, Mathey hid to peat iiicteitou is. i tru, imu lie uiu tht t 12 10. 8, 97. Mathey and r.n had ntwrtrtl their long drawn out tussle, )eterday afternoon nnd played it a sets until darkness Intervened. They fountil out the Una) act this morn m and ,nr n ,lmr " looked an though .... uauld still bo going at ilarktse-w. but Mathey came along with enough of a tpurt to win me sei nucr is unu Bono 16 deuce mrco iiuicu. Mathey Pnta Vp Hard Klh...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 5 July 1916

14 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 19i6. and ni:v yoitiv pttnss. WEDNESDAY, JL'IA 0, 1010. ttrtd HI the I'n.l oitl'K at Ne Yofk as Second Class MbII .Mntlrr. Subscription lij -Mall, l'ilulI. flAILT. Per .Mmiih 0 AO VA1UY. Per Year 00 CUNDAY, l'er Month M flTNDA Y (in UhiiiuM), l'er Month.... AO SUNDAY, Per leiir M IIAII.Y ANIi HI MiAV, r.-r Vrnr.... 8 .Ml IA1L.Y AND SUNDAY, l'er Month... 72 tVllllKIN IttTI. PAILT. Per .Month I S. frUNHAY. l'er M null ' DAILY A.NU il.MiAV, l'er .Month... I lai TIIK KVI-.MMI St NTer Month SA KVtKIVII S- N, IVr ViMI S 60 IIEKV'liMXu H'.VU'iiirlKiD.rrr Mo. 1 VS All check", money orders, Ac In be sad payable to I'll r SUin. Readers of Tnr. Hi s leaving lon for th Summer mrintlu. ran Imvm the dully mikI Sunday and eMnltig editions delivered to them in any pail of Mils euuntry ur Kurope en the terms stuleil above. Addresses chinned an often tlr-.l. order through tiesradealer or rJlr- tl- nf l'ublkutlun Uflko. Teltpbouo .lino Unkmmt. f'uhlliheil dully, Ini-liMI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

he THE WEATHER FORECAST. tin. Fair Thursday and Friday: moderate northeast to southeast winds. Ighest temperature yesterday, 67 ; lowest, 59. etallcd weather, mall and murine reports on page 13. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 310. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. Copyright, 1916. by the Sun Printing and l'ublhhtni; AntoclaUon. OVI? PPMT1 In tlrrater New Wk. 1 Kl.rwlierj. UINo LilllIN 1 jersey illy and .Nfimrk. ) TVHI t IINTS. IT SHINES FOP, ALL MEXICAN WAR AVERTED, VIEW IN WASHINGTON Ouriuia's Note, Now in Wilson's Hands, Js Called Satisfactory. r. s. tkoops win KKTlltK C.HAMAUY ililitia to Stay on llorder Fronticr Trotcctioirto 5o Arraii?cd Later. WvsiitsiiTON, .July 6. Early re sumption of friendly diplomatic con vu.x.ttions with the tie facto Govern ment of Mexico to the end that peace tnd crder may bo restored In northern Mexico and along the border Is ex K''td here to lie the next step of the I 'III ltd St. ites In Its relations with Us Southern neighbor. The crisis, precipitated by Villa'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

' X 1 1 "' 2 ixirinnt transfers! of troops behind the German linen. A teport from Holland Indicate that the Germans have prepared a counter offenslvo between the Ileliclan frontier and Arrnn, where It Li rumored a for midable concentration of artillery In be ing iMUilf. tUg-cest Ilaltlf In . Reuters correspondent, tinder tlatii of July , sends the following from the Frew Canii, Ilritlsti army In France: "Whllo the tiattlii of the Somme ha already assumed the proportion of the biggest battln on hn western front, the maximum strength of the conflict has certainly not .ot been reached. The (lermanii aro throwing men Into their re ilstnnce an fast an their meana of trans port will penult, and while many of these, trooim are rmerves In the strict meaning of the term, the tin's of thorn have been hurried from other theatre of the war, but not a single soldier from the ninety mile llrltlsh front. "Judging from the prisoner taken j the enemy seem to havo arrived at lie tagn when he obllued ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. MEXICO ARMING VOLUNTEER CORPS Counter Militia Movements Are Reported Across Mur der From Kl Tn so. MOHK I. S. T HOOPS CAMP Mfliieliusetts mid Pennsvl vnni.'i Men on Duty Woman Tells of Outrages. Et, Tajo, Ttx., July 5. llalu tlifo nfter foon alow Ilia Mrxlcnn tinnier put tin' newly urtlutl militiamen Into liluli coi.il humor. It conlcil the nlr, lulil tlic dUKt tf months aiul Be tie rally cotivlnct-.l them ef tlic untruth of the Mnrles toltl Ity It. regular that It never ritliin In Kl IVO. Alfo It recorded ns the Ik-jIiiiiIwi ef the r.ilny kchoii iti the SoutliwcHt fur uhlch lieneral IViyhliis'it nrmy In Mtw IrO hoi lierii Jirciurlnc. Only I R7 Inches of rnl h MHin line iltirlw? the lire! half f thf jcar. National guarilKinpii rontlmiiil to nr rlv to-il.iy lYtiii") lvanlaiiH wrnt Into rump t 'A I'.imi anil Sew Jei.ey vulun MEXICAN WAR AVERTED, VIEW IN WASHINGTON tiitf Oi iifff im 1-irH I'aiic IVmIiIiik Ii.ih already IwRtin to move Ins luicrit inwaril...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. N. Y. MEN IN CAMP; 50 FELLED BY HEAT Seventh, Sevcnty-flrht and Twelfth Regiments nt McAllcn. PLAN TO PUBLISH I'APKIt Rangers Capture mid Kill Mexican Leader Who S't Fire in Pharr. HlADgUAHTERH SIXTH DIVISION, Ml ALLtN, Tex., July t. The leailrr of the Mexicans charged with tho hurtling of th tulne centre of t'harr early Sun dy wi captured by Texas Hanger before daybreak to-day mid carried off Into the metqulte thicket, lie did not return. The exhibition of a revolver w4 the only re"ort made and no ques tion were neked. It became known, however, that the Mexican with a , lirk In tie I'hair Mir cantlle Company and that he had re peatedly threatened Jose Garcia, tlm Mexican doputy sheriff uf t'harr. It If believed that tho tire, like similar lor w der uprisings, wan Intended lu draw Oercla Into a trap where he could be killed. Thin was an active day at .McAllen, n one troop train after another drew into tho town. At du drunk three (-Hliiim of ' the Twe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

I THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. TO RUSH 28 MORE AEROS TO BORDER Wiir Di'pnrlniont'H Avlntion Itraiicli 1 1 t nt Work Ut Improve Si'i'virr. r,I(i Kill MS MAY ASSIST General Klcclrir. Itcllilt'licni mill Woliimlioti-p Might Huilil Macliint's. W'.m i.t iv, .Inly ft --runtr.iet haw f hill' I t 'iv the W.I I 1iei:tltniellt fn: tn nt -t. ttiltt ww iieruiliinr. e.e.uiiivc of the iwl.' ui.u'liliii now In .Mexico, Tin- ni.n " 'ii .- will lie i ii'iiiMl to the I Knlir ; .noii in ready, and u ikIIiik the completion of the army' Man toand tleorRe A. Il.it dwell, n nnvnl watch nitilp e.iih of the twelve til 11 1 1 In dmxlonx I with twelve .vlr xiiunilroiiM nt a cost estl- ni.iid t !'.l,.,n". The !enate Military I'nninilttee'x lip treiriHtl"ii of IM.M'l.fii'.'i for nvlatloii Kllnmhited vvlileepri ud IntrreNt llirmntlimit Hie rountry mid the aero rautle.il br.inrh of the War I lepnrtitient s liuiimi.' wllli work which It Is expected ii!l I- liieldeiital lo phu'lnc the t'nlted fuV on ui etllelet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

6 TEACHERS FROWN ON MILITARY DRILL k Instruction in CnHsthenics and Personal Hygiene Fa vored by .Majority. ECHOES OF WAR 11EAHD Views on Various Tonics Pre sented at Sessions of X. E. A. in the flnrden. Military Unltilng for chooltwys, with rifles nnd iinlform!i, It not likely to be lecommrndfd by the Nation! Hrtucitlon Amoclatlon. A considerable majority of the teachers believe It to be both tin necessary and demoralizing, as Indicated by the expression of opinion In the nn nual convention, In many departmental meetings and In the conversation of the delegates. At Its business meeting to-morrow (nornlng the convention will probably re- Mat the substance of Its 1916 resolution, jrhlch declared "acalnst the establish' frent of compulsory military training In Use schools on the ground that this la Cactlonary and Inconsistent with Amer in Ideals and standards," As for compulsory physical training toi "military omitted, that Is another (natter. A majority of the teachers flin to favor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

JAMES G. CANNON, FINANCIER, DIES former President of Fourth Xiilionnl Hank Expires Sud denly nt Country Home. UTHORITY ON CREDITS Writer on Financial Subjects Some, of His Works Arc I'srd ns Textbooks. .lair.es Graham Cannon, formerly prrsMtnt of the Fourth National Bank, . direct T and trustee 01 numerous omer institutions, recognized authority on .learlng house ami n writer on nu T.rou' financial subjects, died suddenly Kjtra'ay nt his homo nt Ooldena ItridKC. Westchester county. He had j0.t passed his fifty-eighth birthday. He khs the brother of Henry White Cannon, formerly president of the Chase National Hunk and formerly United States Comp troller of tlm Currency. James llraham Cannon was formerly clce-presldent and chairman of the ex cuthe committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York nnd a vital force In the International rommlttee of the Younit Men'a Christian Vs.snda.tlon. Among banker he was it knots n hy his reforms In systematiz ing the credit departments...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

8 THE' SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. 100 Years of Commercial Banking THE c! (lie City of New Yark 192 Broadway Cor. John St. Branches Greenwich and Warren Sta. Bowery and Grand St. 345 Grand St. Fifth Avenua and Uth St. Ninth Avenue and 14th St. Fifth Avenue and 20th St. 2 West 33rd Street 57th Street and Third Ave. 86th Street at Second Ave. Broadway and 104th Street Lenox Avenue and 1 16th St. 125th St. and Lexington Ave. Capital & Surplus,$5,000,000 Resources, - $85,000,000 Charter MemberN.Y.CIearint Houtt Member Federal Reserve Bank United Stattt Depository Caodtiued Statement ol Condition 11 ol the Close of Buiiiwu. June 30. HI RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $585707.93 Liability Under Let ters of Credit . ... 79.973.29 U.S. Bonds (Par) . I.940.O0O.O0 OtherStocks& Bonds 6,733,251.83 Banking House . . 170,000.00 Cuh and EicluntM. 19.622.435.07 $86,903,168.12 LIABILITIES Capital $300,000.00 Surplus andUndivid- ed Profits 2,025,676.89 Circulation 1,774.297.50 Letters of Credi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. 9 RAILROAD HEWS. e-g- Ti 11 1 ii 11 DEMAND CONTINUES FOR STEEL PLATES Amerirnn Shipbuilding Co. Gels Orders for Throe More Morcluint Vessels. Thf American ShlplinllillitK Company ft, taken contractu for llirco uddltloiinl rr.trchnnt rlilpi. inaUins live In nil, In rluiUnR two for 51. A. Itatinn R Co., one or a Ismentone tompanj Mini another fir .i ItmiiiT Inlet rat. till for ilollo-y In ini ?. Urtni'cn lft.OUO nnd 13,000 wm of t'rl I'latiw iiml hIkiiicii nt rc ii,tcl aril It l the tlnclprntiindlnR Lhiit the contrtct for t tie ateel hnn lir-cn rived thi' l'nltd Ktntcx Hlrcl Car ; ,rit n ' ir delivery Murine the Recnrtd H'lirler of noxt cnr. The dpinnnd for trurlno plates continues exceptionally rr.uy. Tli pn-ssiiro for Mtiutnnil rl-trs li 'itttc If nny ler thnn for marine tfcl, One irn Mfol cotnpnny Hint nan cursed iiiiMouh to replace umti'iu'ts for about tO.Oiio tons of platen for uri iu- i' live lm In Hi IT, mid woiil.l purchase f0.0in top If tlm ut...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. CURB MARKET SALES. THE BOSTON MARKET. 10 1NDU9TMAL3, ale: High. Loo Last. Chit. tWAelna Klplotitn.t W' UTs UWAI Hull ft VY I SSflla H'.t .. 3I0 At O ft V t SS pi. M" Cl!s U 00 Butler Chemical..! 4 4!i 4M S MACan Nt On Corp. 1 IS If 6 Chevrolet Motor.. .230 220 ::( 7Cr Lt ft Power.. 4!s 4H 'l .. 95 Curtis Aeroplane. 4 I'. 44 , MO Emerson Motor. 4 M i 5'i .. M Emerson Phono. IP. It's H'j .. JOOOaston W W.4 41 4. IT 100 (Irani Motor l'i l.'i 1 Holly Sujar Corp,. l It's 4i', .. 230 Holly Siu Corp pf SGIi 91 M 104 Hupp Motors Vi I M Joplln Ore Speller i 3 :"t 4flOKapo Mfg Co ! Ms i'.i - UWKath lironie pi...':; 21 t- 100 Lynn Phonograph.! l' "'i 400 Marconi of Am .. :' S'. 3' -t too Mailm Munitions I " C'i -- gvOOMIdvalr ."tecl. .. tl, C4' -I lows il KifM pt w i..i'):' Ml'. 1011 .. Wo Pull Vent Corp.! 2e I'a IS ITS Pull Vrn Corp pf I IS f'Va l SMgnrlnrffld Ilody Co TS '' ... lofiOJMlliU Motor M IT's M -1 100 Sub Moat v t ells. MH 5.Vt M'i - Vi 15oo Tob.i.i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. 11 JERSEYMAN HELD FOR $50,000 THEFT n. II. .Miillinrnt, Hncken .iii'k Lawyer, Arrostoil in Michigan. I,-,iaMaiii. Mloli.. .tuly S. Alex . ' .1 ii Muniment, nil attorney !f 11,1' ki ncirk. N. J., wai nrrented at OI "" . ....... v. -j ,ttli Vnit-zzl:iiB 550,000 from Mm. Julia Turn" wlio Ii.kI cntruMrrl to him the rrwrf'l' "f ri'"' ,,,:1", ,,p owned In !'(tffwiil, N J. !! Tnlor. a de .' t, omt'ltiyril by the prosecuting; a I torn of IKTK'-n cotinty, N. J trailed lMflm"1 t" thl" "lly nf,fr 11 ,urch throush tho middle Went. Ci.trrs'inr N. J.. July S. Arthur Aa deputy prosecuting; attorney of Her tfn'reunty. received word at III homa err to-nlclit Hint Maldmnit had been nrwt'd In K.ilamntoo and would be rromht to lliickcimack. JUIilnirnt'i4 I" a remarkable cane," ,,1,1 ' Asnew to-night, "llo was one tt the IMilIns lawcrK In the rrlmlnnl fcurif of till" county and enjoyed a large tr.ictl'""' "'' 'Ul' many friend and waa Inilucntlal In Democratic polities. T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 1916. 12 Iff ft OPERATOR IN BIG REALTY TRADES I'rotlorlck Hrown liny a iiml Sells Half Dozen Properties ' Hnrlein Italic Hold. WKST SIFK OAHAOK Small Invcslors Make Market Active Good Subur ban Buying. Frederick Mrnn, one of the leading traders of realty rqultlca In the current market, reported jcetorday tlie comple tion of h ilcul Involving a half doicn properties, tlm value of which are esti mated nt ISOO.OOO. Mr. Hrown bought from lite 1). A. T. Realty Company, Pomliilck A. Trotta president, the Ave story npartincnt house, on plot (iOxlOlx Irregular, nt the Koutheant corner of llyer aemio mid 184th Ktreet. together with the now live lory apartment, on plot 50x100, adjoining at 1631 Ilcr avenue. Tlie two houses! ivfit valued at fl.'O.OOO, and In pail payment for them Mr. Hrown nave thrto Iota on I tin north side of 192d street, loo feet cast of St. Nicholas ave nue, which are tn bn Improved with np.itinw'iitH. Mr. Hrown purchased also the house, on plot til...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 0, 191G. 4-4- To Boston Fall River Line lttte Pier 14, North Rlier, foot Fulton Street, dolly, 5i30 P. M. Steamers COMMONWEALTH and PRISCILLA ORCHESTRA ON EACH. Providence Line Leave Pier 14, North River, daily except Sunday, 6 P. M. Steamers PROVIDENCE and PLYMOUTH. $1.00 and $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms Always Cool. Other Long Island Sound Routes M.W HID foil II mm: To Ne" Bedford Drill Hummer re-orti an fliifiardi Itii)'. t'niir rod anil Mar thai llnrtard anil Nmilmkit. mra. MIm' and M IIAUPMIIIIr'.. lter . II.. loin ill llotitloli m. arfk dill onl). , (l:(IO I'. M. ftlllllt.LPOHT LINK fr. Pier l'. I.a.t Itllrr, week data, in I. M. la-alts I'lrr 70. :. It., rmit r'.n ;.M St.. week rials.. -' ! I A I. M.. iiiii1i ' 1 , M. fllrulnrr -NAI'liA- Ticket, MaUri-nun mill Information at 171 llruadwa, near rnrilandt Ht also al N. V. Tratiafef Ofl1ra, Tourist Ortlcti nnd nt Plcrt. The New England Steamship Co. D HUDSON f 1 AY L RIVER' INE VI, HAN 1" rA...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. Washington Suffers When Ray Keating Comes Through With One of His Old Time Pitching Performances 14 YANKEES PUMMEL SENATOR PITCHERS FOR EASY YICTORY Nov Yorks Tihtphso Load li.v Scoring Over WiiH.ii.ig ton by ! to 1. KEATING YIELDS ONLY FOUR HITS, IH'T IS "WILD Washington, July R. Tim Yankees rushed Into tho Senators with hands nil feet to-day, nml they didn't keep Griffith on the anxious cent very Ion. They pounded iut three runs In the iccond Inning nnd kept on piling UP counter until they finished with n score of t to 1. The victory gave the Yankees the tries here, three out of four, nnd the elub now has won sixteen gumes out of twenty since Itonovun changed his line, up In Cleveland. As the Indians were Idle, the Donovan boys (tamed hnlf n lap on them. The Yankees had their best hatting dy In quite a spell, and pummelled a pair of Griffith's second string pitchers for sixteen hits. Ioc Ay rex, the Vir ginia mountaineer, was the tlrst to get his b...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. ' ' 15 Cleverly Ridden by Jockey Loftus, Bayberry Candle Captures Feature at the Aqueduct Track in Fast Time BAYBERRY CANDLE RONS A FAST MILE ,1. . Mii.v's Miiiv Wins Fea ture nl .iii'lii('l in I iii-iie-.ivc Style. IIA ItKIlK MAKES JtKCOHI) POSSIBLE WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY. tirl liars Thunderer, Startling, vre Henri ' vmml llitrf Horrrnlo, Atidon, Rifrlirnna. Third Uiire Shyness, Monofaey, Vi'nr'h Rare straight Forward, Marie ndll'. UrUhl Mtnr. ' niih Iturc Andes, Republics!, Bfonl(tif. dvlh Hurt' Tom McTaggart, totk vol. Alrrrliant. .i .ui- t titp!t llio rcniHrkablc race whim J. K Uy , Hayberry Candle ran r'.tx thf feituro nt Aqueduct yesterday, iit.II lll tnn qucMiun oi ner real ' iin.inered. A IciiKtli behllui tier I. ,hr in ti' li.uullcali llulflieil Hurry uyti Mi-tn''' I'orrow, one of tlie of tii" liaiidli'ap illvlnlon. The rent ,f the tti lit 'f Is beaten uff by era. K.iu luce het by the w Inner, thi'h K'-' Ui- 1 ihroiiKh thu mile In ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 6 July 1916

i'.iH iw".1?11' '-iv;i!!-': s-'vf'J."&e 16 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. AND NnW YOltK P11E8S. THURSDAY, JOIA 0, 1010. Kntired nt the. Pot Offlcs Hi New York u Seond Cluaa Mall Matter. Rutmrlptlcum by Mall. I'ontpald. DAILY, Pr Month 52 DAILY, Ptr Tear J" HUNDAT, Per Month JJ KltNDAY (to Canada), Per Month.... SO MJNDAY. Per Year 2 DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Year.... S JO DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Mouth... 18 Konr.tON IWtes. DAILY, Per Month 1 SUNDAY, Per Month . DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 1 W TIIK KVKNINO SUN. Per .Month 5 TUB KVI'.NINIl HUN, Per Year S 00 TIIBBVENINOUN(Korelgn),PerMo. 1 03 All checks money onlera. Ac, to be mad payable to Tin SON. Header of Tin Stis leaving- town for the summer months can have the dally ntl Sunday and evening edltlone delivered to Uiem In any part of thla country or Kurope on tho terms: alated above. Addrenei rhanited n often aa desired. Order through newadealer or directly of Publication OUlie. Telephone 2200 Ucckmau. Published dally, Including...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair Friday and Saturday; gentle, shift ing winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 83; lowest, 60. Detailed weather, mall and marine reports on pace 1 1. ntu IT SHINES FOK ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 311. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. Copyright, 1916, by the Sun Printing and I'ubUthtng Association. ONE CENT In Greater New iirl Jersey lily and Newark. 1 Mien here, ) TWO t'KNTS. U. S. AIDS CITY TOSTEM SWEEP OF PARALYSIS JUAdoo Calls on Mayor, Of fering Federal Health Service 2i DEATHS, m NEW CASES, DAY'S l.EPOHT Tracing of Tiny Germ Most Important Factor in Epidemic Figlit. "We are going the limit In taklntr measures to tight Infantile paralysis" (Aid Health Commissioner Haven llmer- win has decided to assent to Oen. Car on last evcnlnrf as ho was leaving his India's pita to resume diplomatic ne office. "We are taking every possible i gotlatlons. Ily direction of the President means of Heating the sick ones, and we 11 conciliatory note will be sent to thu ( using ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

2 TV THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 191G. camp. llrlllsh army In Franco (ends the following despatch t "The impetuous forward mowmcnt of tho Alilf s has been chccked.'btit certainly i not uriestcd. Thii ntllril armies am busily consolidating their gains anil drawing u deep breath In readiness tc: tho next mighty thrust. In the mean tltnc they are battering, bombing mmI ' il... i I.1.IHL- tiv nlffht and day with the most crfuctlvu results. . "Tim lighting If reminiscent uf tho. Verdun battle, with the Important ills tlnctlon that lh iioEltltm is ru creed and that tho enemy has no such Hno upon line of fottlllcd positions to n treat upon In tho face of our smashing blow an the Kronen have had defending their great fortress. At any moment the weakest link In the chain may Miap and the broken ends lly apart. Terrible Toll of Iliittle. "Mowing streams of kh.ikl arc pour ing Inm no mern Franco In a literal Hood, and I am utiabln to resist the mntaRl'iiii I'ljitldoticn of our urmy ror lesponib n...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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